Programs & Events

Mobile Mammography

The UVA Mobile Mammography unit is on the road with 3D capability, and will be coming to five Albemarle County locations in the fall of 2016. 

Important note:  We must have 10 or more participants scheduled at each location for it to occur, so please sign up early and tell your coworkers! 
To schedule an appointment,
call 434.243.4704.

Friday, September 9th - County Office Building, McIntire Road
Wednesday, September 14th - Albemarle High School
Friday, October 14th - Western Albemarle High School
Monday, October 31st - County Office Building, 5th Street
Friday, November 11th - Monticello High School
(appointments from 9:00 am - 5:00 pm on all dates)


  • The UVA Mobile Mammography Coach performs screening mammograms only. Women who have a history of breast problems, please contact your physician to discuss your options.
  • You must have a current, active relationship with a physician. Please have your physician’s full name, address and phone number when you call to make an appointment.
  • Women 40 and older should talk to their doctor about their risk factors for breast cancer to determine frequency of mammograms.
  • The cost of this screening will be billed to your insurance company. Programs exist to cover the cost of exams for women with no health insurance. Please ask about these programs when you call to schedule your appointment.
  • The results of your mammogram will be sent to your physician.

Other options for screenings:

UVA Breast Care Center 434-924-1555

Amazing Story of an Albemarle County employee:

At the beginning of the school year, Jennifer (name changed for privacy) saw emails about the Mobile Mammography coach coming to County locations.  She thought, “This is so easy because it will be really close to my workplace, and it will save me time,”  so she made an appointment.  (The Mobile Mammography coach was almost cancelled due to lack of participation, but at the last minute enough people signed up to make it happen.)  
It was a good thing Jennifer did the screening, because a small lump in her breast was discovered.  If she had waited to do her mammography later, things could have turned out very differently.   With early detection and treatment, Jennifer was able to get help and change a life threatening situation.  She was even able to do the Women’s Four Miler this year as a SURVIVOR!